Charcuterie at Oxtail & TRotter

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We have recently taken our first delivery of British Charcuterie — Chorizo and Salamis reared and cured in the Wyre Forest. 

You can buy these whole for £8.00 (170g) or sliced (£45.00/kg).

Jeremy & Sally Levell have been trained in Tuscany by the salami masters. The pigs are reared in the woodlands and are allowed to live in their natural environment and mature at a natural pace. 

We have in stock: Forager Salami, Chorizo, Walnut Salami  - a glowing review for Forest Pig Walnut Salami from Rose Prince of The Daily Telegraph said: 'The walnut saucisson is as good as any made in southern Europe'.

We will have some tasters of Forest Pig at the weekend so please come and try!  We will also have some Venison & Juniper burgers available to try!

Christmas Order Forms available soon too.

 

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